The Eccentric Polish Count Who Influenced Classic SF's Greatest Writers

You've probably never heard of Alfred Korzybski, but he was famous in the mid-20th century. He didn't just invent a whole new science, he also had a huge influence on Robert A. Heinlein and a ton of other important science fiction authors. Author Lee Konstantinou brings us the strange tale of Count Korzybski. » 9/05/14 8:00am 9/05/14 8:00am

Science fiction futures ruled by the popular kids

Some people's futures are determined by popular vote: American Idol contestants, class presidents, and people who want to get gay married in California. But what if every aspect of our lives was determined by our reputation and popularity? Would our futures be better, or would the tyranny of the popular spin us into… » 2/04/12 10:00am 2/04/12 10:00am

At the End of the World, We'll All Be on Reality TV

Will The Hills lead us to the apocalypse? In Lee Konstantinou's Pop Apocalypse, we can watch anyone, anytime, and celebrity worship has infiltrated every aspect of our culture. It may just be the end of the world. » 10/21/09 10:37am 10/21/09 10:37am